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and losing too often can age skin prematurely because of the sick lick cal stretching and sagging of the skin. >>> a new poll suggests americans are not aware of all of the ways obesity can damage your health. 70% can list heart disease and diabetes as consequences. others name cancer, arthritis especially in the knees, sleep apnea, infertility, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and stroke. >>> well, if you want your cup of cocoa to taste better, it may not need more sugar or chocolate, but a change in mug. the color of the mug can influence how good it tastes. orange and cream were consistently graded as having better flavor than other colors for cocoa. >>> leigh glaser is checking on our weather and what is ahead to are tomorrow. hi, leigh. >> live doppler 7hd is signaling that everything is clear. the rain has moved out of the bay area and speaking of cocoa you will they'd some tomorrow. temperatures are slipping into the upper 30s to low 40s. now, tomorrow a terrific travel day across the country. denver 49 and looking for plenty of sunshine throughout the midsection of the country. d
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got ideas from portland, oregon. poem boxes will be installed in helena and cal list toga. >>> -- cal toga. and this is dream liner service to asia. seven years of waiting. san jose will begin service to tokyo on friday. that will be offered five time as week. come this summer it will be offered daily. silicon valley tech executives say they are excited for the new service. dream liner is the world's most technologically advanced airplane. >>> san francisco is concerned about housing complexes and the residents got a chance to be heard. they want it for an environmental impact report. they want to build 700 units on a 49-acre sites. but 500 units of the public housing complexes would need to be demolished to make way for the new development. >> the idea is to develop it into a mixed income community that would be affordable housing and all new community amenities. new park space and new community center. the developers say the policy, people who are living in the housing projects right now and in good standing would be given a spot in the new development. >>> well the company sling me
amendment, i encourage him to do that. we cannot let this economy become the victim by tact cal politics. >> those aren't sure, how would the president enact the 14th amendment. >> how would the steps play out there. >> it would be a straightforward excuse me order. the 14 th amendment. you can't if the congress refused to authorize it, the president by executive order would direct treasu tree to meet the obligations coming due and that would include the bondholders who have lengtht us money, the contractors in the middle of construction of a road and then, obviously, there would be a lawsuit that followed an the courts would have to sort out who is right or wrong, but our view is that allowing either party by the way, republicans now to use this as a tactic economic nuclear weapon has just got to be off limits. >> the other option we have heard from which i think is the more comic cal is that the secretary has the power to print through the u.s. mint. any sort of denomination, a coin a bill he could print a trillion dollar coin. >> i guess it is. >> it makes
's there to protect us from tie ran cal government and street thugs. take the women in india, your piece earlier i was watching. it didn't tell you that the women of india have signed giant petition to get firearms, because the police can't and won't protect them. the answer is -- and i have fbi crime statistics that come out a year late, 2011, 20-plus percent crime crime, real violent crime because more guns means less crime. britain took the guns, true we have a higher gun violence left, about overall muggings, stabbings death, those women raped that women to debt with an iron rod four feet long. the tie rants did it. hitler took the guns, stalin took the guns, mao tonight the guns, hugo chavez took the guns and i'm here to tell you 1776 will commence again if you try to take you're firearms. we will not relinquish them. do you understand? that's why you're going to fail and the establishment knows no st. no matter home propaganda, the public will rise against. my family and the texas revolution against santa ana, my family was at the core of both sides starting that, because santa ana came to t
lugar en que muchos acuden para conocer de cero cal triste final de la diva de la banda. >>> porque serÁ recordada siempre, a y para que el recuerdo no muera, le estÁn preparando una estatua. mientras sus habitantes se convirtieron en guÍas y con tadores de la historia que enlutÓ al mundo de la mÚsica grupera. >>> hemos visto mÁs gente que viene avistar, a preguntara cÓmo estuvo, quÉ pasÓ. >>> los comerciantes pusieron la foto de rivera por todas partes y si bien se unenlalo luto tambiÉn agradecen que el turismo en el pueblo haya flor cid. >>> gracias francisco tras su muerte muchos comparan a jenni rivera con selena. >>> pamela marta flores hablÓ con uno de los colaboro shdz de la reina de la mÚsica texana y esto nos dijo veamos. >>> para el cantante tito astudillo amigo de selena quintanilla la muerte de la diva de la banda le removiÓ sentimiento dolorosos r recordÓ el sufrimiento que pasÓ cuando le notificaron que habÍa sido asesinada la reina del tex-mex. >>> horrible que se vayan de esta forma violenta, creo que es lo duro y lo difÍcil y lo que duele. >>> hoy dice as
driving cases because the machines were not correctly cal baited. tom sherwood will show us what officials are doing to keep drunks off the roads. >>> how far can police go to enforce drunk driving laws? the case went to the supreme court that weighs safety against personal privacy. nbc justice correspondent pete williams is live outside the supreme court now. this is about getting blood tests without a warrant. give us some of the background on this case. >> this case comes from missouri, a man was pulled over after its police saw him weaving down the highway. he failed the sobriety test. he couldn't walk and turn around. he couldn't stand on one leg. they asked him to take a breathalyzer, he said no they asked him to take a blood test, he said no he was taken to the hospital in handcuffs, subdued him and forced to give a blood sample without a search warrant. the aclu is representing him. they have appealed that to the supreme court here, the lower courts threw it out and the aclu stays is a violation of somebody's right against unreasonable searches to do something as intrusive as a blo
they expect. >> reporter: a just completed abc news sampling found that more than half of the low cal meals that we tested had more calories than listed on the menu. we brought a nationally known lab 24 food samples from four sit-down restaurants and one mcdonald's. surprisingly, the bigmac had 30 calories fewer than advertised in the menu. here too it was the sit-down restaurant that had sometimes wildly different calorie counts than advertised. 11 meals had more calories than on the menu. 10 had fewer. some were over by only a few. but cheesecake factory's fish and trips packed 420 calories more than the menu count in one sample. olive garden's seafood was over its calorie count by 180. and one sample of this grilled chicken tested 120 calories more than advertised. >> that may not sound like enough, but if someone consumed 100 calories extra for a year, they could gain up to ten pounds. >> reporter: most calorie counts are as accurate as possible. and tested expensively to make sure. but they concede there are variations, due to portion size and individual restaurant preparations. the me
by double digits. >> sheers the rates. increased from california, for just the state of cal, aetna, 22% increase. anthem blue cross, 26% increase. blue shield of cal, 20% increase. where are the rate cuts? >> does this surprise anybody? the second he regulates, the price rises. when you require gas stations to sell ethanol, food prices rise as corn growers take stock to ethanol. it becomes more expensive. the more you regulate, the more expensive it comes. >> why was the president able to sell obamacare in part on the idea we must do something -- >> he didn't sell it to me. >> healthcare costs were rising, that was a fact. and so his argument was we need to do something about and this universal healthcare is one of the things we should do to stop that. >> was he referring to the federal government's stake, the cbo numbers and something he could hang his hat on. >> when you require health insurers to cover procedures, whether people want to buy the coverage, lie hair transplants, viagra, all these requirements, of course it's going to be more expensive for the rest of us. >> let us know
of the respective responsibilities as you all know, each have had public service. dave from this debacle the. cal from the state of california and tom in the administration's epa. keenly involved particularly from a manufacturing perspective and insight of oil and natural gas. and last but certainly not least, our friend general jim jones. general, would you please stand. [applause] i think many of you know the general well. he probably needs no introduction, a former national security advisor to the president. a very distinguished career in military service throughout the world. and today, has a consulting group that also works with a bipartisan policy center which will be releasing next month i believe a significant contribution to the energy debate. so let's give everyone a round of applause, particularly our head table today, for being here among us. [applause] with the newly elected congress and administration that has now started its second term, we stand on the threshold of a new year. one that presents tremendous opportunities to move forward to build our economy and to create the jobs fo
confronts him. >> shoot him again, oh, no. >> herman's wife was armed with a .38 cal caliber. she fired all six shot, hitting the intruder five times. >> if she had not had that firearm, what do you think would have happened? >> i can speculate all day long. >> sheriff joe chaplain believes the mother had no chase and in defending herself and her children, acted properly. >> had it not turned out the way that it did, i possibly would be working a triple homicide not having a clue of what it is we're looking for. >> the suspect broke in with a you bar. he still managed to flee after being shot, driving off the road a short distance away. d donny herman told wsb his wife and children were unharmed. >> mi wife is hero. she protected her kids. she did what she was supposed to do as a responsible, prepared gun owner. >> we asked to speak to the couple, but now, less than a week after the incident, they're trying to maintain their privacy. the sheriff tells us they're dealing with some unintended ren the national debate over guns. just the week before, he took his wife to a shooting range to teac
of representatives republicans have seen the foundation of their into cal strategy called question. guest: republicans have to do some soul searching. first why did they lose the election. a lot were shocked how easily barack obama won. host: you thought romney was going to win? guest: i did. i was wrong. i was not only wrong i was darn wrong. we were wrong by quite a bit. i think that from a republican standpoint they have to understood this is a game of multiplication and addition, not subtraction and division. the more we -- we have to reinvent ourselves so we are doing a better job appealing to wider ethic groups and we also our message has to be better. we have to take our message to more people. we kept the house representatives but didn't win the overall vote for conscious shall -- congressional districts. we have a definite situation that we have to understand. i think that party leaders get that. i think that john boehner gets it and mitch mcconnell gets it and the chairman of the r.n.c. going through a full review of what happened and how to do better. it's not just a tactical p
been involved with the cal tech voting project which for the last few years or so charles stewart, my colleague at mit, and i have codirected. i assume most of of you are familiar with our project. one of the four presentations that i prepared on the flight yesterday deals with the voting technology project. but i won't give that one. i'll just refer folks to our web site which is voting technology project.org where we have a report that we issued in the fall of 2012 right before the election that summarizes our work, a lot of the academic work, summarizes a lot of our perceptions and research as to what changed since the bush/gore election and the litigation surrounding it in 2000 and the 2012 election. where i'm going to focus on today, i guess i will give this presentation. again, i do have four presentations open on my desktop here. but what i am going to talk about, and i think it echoes what many have talked about on the panel so far is really moving towards a really data-driven process of studying, evaluating and managing elections. um, i think that from our perspective is wher
an appropriate return. if you start changing rules and go in after they put up the cal tal and say we have -- capital, and say we have never gone through any program to take individual mortgages, we're going to take it at what the court sthiss fair market value, which from your proposals every investor will agree, we're going to take that money away and decide what is best for them. we're going to decide where we think and what should happen with those mortgages and in the process, we're going to start to get into a debate of what to do with fannie and freddie who guarantee 90-plus% of every mortgage made in america. we're not going to be able to get the taxpayer off the hook of paying those mortgages. the government just came in and took these mortgages that we don't think are fair market value but now you're asking for more capital to originate more mortgages. i think it is it is illogical. we were doing the exact wrong things to scare investors away. i want to make this pricing argument. are we going the agree on what fair market value is? i'll take fannie mae's numbers. i'll use the go
. skinny foods to help you stick to your new year's resolution. joy bauer is here with low cal ideas to keep us from falling off our prescribed lifestyle change. >> hello. first of all, let me say congratulations on your book. i read it every day. >> first, coleslaw. >> creamy foods. >> and you take fatty coleslaw and skinny it down a bit. >> the best part is it's pre-made for you. they already do the slicing and dicing. the entire bag is only 80 calories and cabbage has cancer fighting properties. mix non-fat greek yogurt and light mayonnaise and splash of apple cider vinegar and it's sensation. you can dump this on the skillet with oil and seasoning. >> have a stir-fry. >> or soy sauce and have mu chui vegetables. >> cauliflower. >> i like to put it on the baking seat. roast it for 30 minutes, take it out and top it with parmesan cheese, put it back in for five minutes and it crisps up beautifull beautifully. also use half potatoes and cauliflower and drive down the calories. >> i actually seem it and mash it. >> and use light cream cheese and broth, and seasoning, really goo good.
of representatives. you would not expect radal cal action on guns to go through the house of representatives. in fact, i'm not sure i'd expect it to be proposed by this administration. i do expect there to be movement on high-capacity magazines, on being able to trace data. i do expect there to be movement on closing what some people call the gun show loophole. what really means is private transactions don't have essentially any real regulation around them. it's much larger than gun shows and about 30% to 40% of all guns are sold this way. and the assault rifle ban, that was a ban that had a lot of holes in it in the first place. it had a very difficult time defining what was and wasn't an assault weapon. it had a lot of cosmetic features to it. they tried to do it based on what they looked. i think it would be important to tighten that down, but i think most people think it was more significant in tightening the assault weapons ban. the final thing i'd mention is that we've had a very real success in the last couple of decades cutting gun death by focusing on illegal gun possession in law enforcemen
. saying, why are we talking about cal czar dates and not the new policy at the fed, which is substantial improvement in the labor market. >> but is that some members' frustration with the idea that we've already tied it to the unemployment rate, they're going to say look, we don't agree kind of along the lines we're worried about where things are headed? i mean it sounds to me like toy are starting to see some real pushback. >> right. it's along two separate lines. there's the normal economic division. you can see that by looking at the fed's economic projections. you can see where how many members are where they are for 2013, nobody really is looking for much more than a 7% unemployment rate. this year, which i guess under that -- if those forecasts end up being correct, the fed would go on and do qe-2 the whole year. how much is a different question. >> they wouldn't taper the purchases toward the end of the year? >> they could taper it, that's one response. the issue becomes, barry, setting expectations. right? you've got to set expectations for how long. and how much. and this balanc
from themn the fice, which i think is hilarious. i would just cal i sk cause i don't want to be near them >> so many pple come in, they're hacking. it's like, stay home. >> we're all guilty -- we've all done it. >> i never call in sk. voice. f us come in with no >> oh, yeah. >> mr. roker. >> whoa! >> great thing about this app, itets youlameomebody and at's gd. >> right when someonwas in, herbert's sick again. all right. spotght on the gu >>> jus how unpopular is congress? a newling survey shows congress ls popular than the following. conoscopies, cockroaches, root canals, france of all things. >>ow! >> if u can believe that. >> even head lice, believet or no on that list. >> thas anher one. i was amazed of the positive numbers on ckroaches, 47%. people like cockroaches? >> who ew? >> cockroach lobby. >> who put this list together? nickelback is on there, meth lab, linds lohan. the kardashians a on there. >> cs has a higher approval ratg than the kardhians, linds lohan. >>hey are known to d these fun, exotic polls. some peoplhave criticized i but theve made their point. 9% was the nu
't have any understanding of what it is translating at all. the beauty of the statistics cal machine translation which is what we use is we can go from any language to any language, if a small amount of time, we'll end up with a situation 100 languages into another 100 languages for all of the content if the world. the question is how does this affect things in the middle east? it affects everything because a lot of conflicts in the world an especially wars have been created because of a lack of understanding. one of the comments would be, was that there is a large body of arabic language work that has never been translated into anything. almost none of that is online. all of a sudden if we can put all of that stuff online, sort of the notion of having a little bit of respect for each other is going to go a long way. >> another question coming up related. i'm from africa, what is google's contribution to enabling success to the internet by wi-fi? >> what we did, the african situation as usual is worse than fire else. as a society, as a global society, we got to sort of look at oursel
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